ISSN: 2717-4417
Analysis of Justice Distribution of Urban Services and the their Spatial Distribution Pattern in Hamadan Ciy

h d; f r; b a

Volume 3, Issue 12 , November 2014, Pages 5-18

  The concept of justice is dependent on time and place and so far a definition for it has not been provided. Nevertheless, justice in urban planning is related with fair distribution of resources and public services in a city. Although the demand for distributive justice in urban planning is necessary, ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Planners’ Position in the Iranian Urban Planning Process

m s; j t; m ch

Volume 3, Issue 12 , November 2014, Pages 19-32

  Despite the fundamental economic, social, political and technological transformations, urban planning process has not undergone any sensible change since 1968 to the present time and the role and position of planners and its prominent actor, i.e. the government, have remained invariant. A major part ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Assessing of the relationship between the objective and subjective indicators of quality of life in the perspective of quality and physical safety in historical texture of URMIA

r h; a m; F M

Volume 3, Issue 12 , November 2014, Pages 33-46

  In recent decades the issues of urban quality of life and the promotion of citizens’ satisfaction in regards to their living environment have attracted the attention of many researchers and international organizations as high as the United Nation which releases an annual report entitled “Human ...  Read More

Urban Planning
Just City planning and its position within social justice

H S; F N

Volume 3, Issue 12 , November 2014, Pages 47-58

  It is not new to think about justice and the ways one can make cities more just.  In all schools of thought, from left to right, planners and politicians have considered themselves the champions of justice.  However, up to the 1980s, it was the socialists who considered justice as their central ...  Read More

Urban Management
Exploring the Relationship between Length of Residence and Place-Identity Formation in New Urban Development (Case Study: District 22 of Tehran)

P A; M A; E Z

Volume 3, Issue 12 , November 2014, Pages 59-72

  This research aims to explore the relationship between the length of residence and the place-identity formation in new urban development in the case of the District 22 of Tehran. Based on this, the main contribution and orientation of this article is toward the length of residence among the other important ...  Read More

Urban Management
A comparative study of Iran’s Planning Structure and Management of Urban Collections with Metropolitan regions such as Sydney and Toronto

M H; N S

Volume 3, Issue 12 , November 2014, Pages 73-86

  Two decades after the Urban Collection Bill being passed in Iran, there are still some profound doubts both in theory and in administrative-organizational dimension. Many studies have been conducted in this field and even a great deal of experience in urban planning has as yet to make authorities achieve ...  Read More

Urban Economy
Assessing the Convergence Effects of Religious and Economic forces on the Contemporary Changes in Form and Shape of Samen Region, Mashhad

E S; M P; M R

Volume 3, Issue 12 , November 2014, Pages 87-101

  The Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (the eighth Shia Imam), located in the historical and foremost central part of Mashhad, has been the main factor in Mashhad’s developments, physical spread, economic and population growth. The large public investments and the greater tendency for investors in the peripheral ...  Read More